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stevepinnell89 created the topic: Books to Take to Exam
Currently got 2 exams to go and Left Air Law and Performance to the end.
Now the Air Law exam, In terms of things to take in, I will be using the Air Services list.
So the texts or folders would be:
• AIP textbook containing Part 1 – General (GEN), Part 2 – Enroute (ENR), Part 3 – Aerodromes (AD), Index and any AIP Sup • CAO Parts 20 to 95.2***
• CAR (1988)***
• CASR (1998) Part 61***
• ERSA Complete, includes Airservices produced Runway Distances Supplement
Am I correct in assuming that the CAO, CAR and CASR can be disregarded and just use the CPL Law Handout/extracts document that you you guys have put together?
Would I still need the separate CASR Part 61???
Im much more keen to narrow my library down to a folder rather than 3!
Stuart Tait replied the topic: Books to Take to Exam
The extract is all you need for the exam it covers CAO, CAR and CASR. Just make sure it is bound as per the permitted materials in the exam.There is a link on this page if your not sure
stevepinnell89 replied the topic: Books to Take to Exam
Awesome Thanks Stuart,
Makes it lots easier to cart it all around!
Just wondering in terms of 'bound'. I have read the casa website that states they can't be loose articles of paper so I have put the extract into the Air Services 4 ring binder.
I have currently put dividers in to split the CAO/CASR/CAR. Do you reckon I will get pulled up on this? or as it just differentiates the documents from each other rather than individual elements of the same document it would be permissible?